Andson Building Certifiers are based in the Sutherland Shire and have been providing building certification services to our clients for over 12 years. We service the Sydney metropolitan area including the Sutherland Shire, St George, Botany, Eastern Suburbs and Inner West.
Our business aims to provide an efficient, cost effective and professional service which has been developed with decades of experience within the construction industry.
Our credibility is paramount to our success. We take our role in your construction seriously and continually work towards remaining abreast of all construction industry changes. We do this through being Fully Accredited and a Member of both the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors and Association of Accredited Certifiers.
We strive to provide a prompt and reliable service to facilitate the dynamic nature of construction. We offer extended business hours from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday and by appointment on Saturday.
Principal Certifying Authority
Critical Stage Inspections
Swimming Pool Compliance Certificates
If you are uncertain which forms to complete, please Contact Us for clarification.
Construction Certificate Application Forms
- Construction Certificate Application
- Amended Construction Certificate Application
- Principal Certifying Authority Service Agreement
- Notice of Commencement & Appointment of Principal Certifying Authority
Occupation Certificate Application Forms
How do I get my building certified?
1. Development Consent
The Development Consent is issued by the Local Council.
2. Engage Certifying Authority
An Accredited Certifier is engaged as the Certifying Authority to provide the Construction Certificate.
3. Construction Certificate Checklist Issued
The Certifying Authority reviews the Development Consent and issues the Construction Certificate checklist.
4 . Compile Documentation
The owner or applicant compiles the required documentation in accordance with the Construction Certificate checklist.
5. Documentation Review & Construction Certificate Issued
The documentation is reviewed by the Certifying Authority and if satisfactory the Construction Certificate issued.
6. Engage Principal Certifying Authority (PCA)
An Accredited Certifier is engaged as the Principal Certifying Authority (PCA).
7. Notice of Commencement
The Local Council requires a written notice to be issued two days prior to commencing construction. This will be issued by the PCA.
8. Commence Construction
Construction can now commence.
9. Critical Stage Inspections
The PCA will undertake the mandatory critical stage inspections during construction. It is the builders or owners responsibility to notify the PCA when the works are ready for inspection.
10. Occupation Certificate Application
The construction has been completed. The owner or applicant will submit the Occupation Certificate application form, request the final inspection and compile supporting documentation as per the Occupation Certificate checklist issued by the PCA.
11. Occupation Certificate Issued
If all required documentation has been received and the final inspection was satisfactory the Occupation Certificate will be issued by the PCA and lodged with the Local Council.
12. Occupation and Use of Building
It is now permissible to occupy and use the building in accordance with the ongoing conditions within the Development Consent.